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PBS presents the world premiere of a documentary film that weaves together Stillman’s original musical compositions with the poetry of boys interned at a WWII concentration camp.Read Story
The Paul V. Sherlock Center on Disabilities at Rhode Island College has awarded nearly $10,000 in “Access for All Abilities” (AAA) mini-grants to four Rhode Island organizations.Read Story
Democracy and freedom from apartheid was the theme of a lecture series held at the University of South Africa in Pretoria. RIC Professor of History and Africana Studies Peter Mendy was invited to give the keynote.Read Story
Eight Rhode Island College faculty members have been elevated to the rank of professor, and eight faculty members have been elevated to the rank of associate professor effective July 1, 2014. In addition, nine RIC faculty members have been granted tenure.Read Story
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RIC Associate Professor of Biology Roland de Gouvenain and two of his lab students will travel to one of the most biodiverse hotspots in the world –South Africa.
To promote U.S.-China relations and to bridge the gap between cultures, RIC Prof. Shani Carter and students traveled to China.
“I wasn’t the kind of child who grew up saying, ‘I want to be this or that when I grow up.’ I fell into teaching. It kind of found me,” ...
East Greenwich High School teacher Donna Carter ’98 was awarded the 2014 Benjamin Peterson Award for Excellence in Teaching Secondary School Chemistry by the Rhode Island Section of the American ...